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Festival of Colors

Holi is best known as the festival of colors and leaves the festival-goers coated in color by the end of the day. On March 29, the International Student Services hosted their biggest spring event. Holi, the Hindu Festival of Colors, was held in the Kelley Commons area behind Blum. Food was provided by Godavari, an Indian restaurant in Kansas City, along... Read More

Women’s History Month wraps up with final lecture

March 29 marked the end of the Western’s Women’s History Month events and it ended with an extremely solemn awareness about the economic violence happening today. Geographical scholar Christa Smith came to Western discussing her work for homelessness. She specifically studied how homeless population faired in the U.S. and showed how the results. The discussion for the big closeout event for... Read More

Western dance clinic begins: preparing for auditions

Students all over Western campus are starting to get a new pep in their step. The main cause of this is the Missouri Western Dance Company (MWDC)’s dance clinics. With clinics just now beginning, and auditions coming up, many students have dance on their mind and in their daily routines. April 6th marked the first day of clinics in the... Read More

Western’s Got Talent Show Finals

Western Activity Council’s annual Western’s Got Talent show featured a variety of performances and was won by spoken word artist Zoie Reynolds. In Spratt 101, 10 acts performed on Wednesday, April 4. From singing to dancing and comedy to poetry, the contestants performed in front of a panel of three judges who decided on the top three performers of the night.... Read More

Marlon Wayans 1st time performing at Western

With a career beginning at a young age, Marlon Wayans has performed at many places. As the year continues he gets to add performing at Missouri Western to his list. Widely-known comedian Wayans performed for the first time at Western on April 5 inside the Looney Complex. His act invited Western students, community members and faculty to attend the show.... Read More